South Hills Village station (PAAC)

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South Hills Village
Pittsburgh Light Rail
Pittsburgh Light Rail station
South Hills Village PAT SB jeh.jpg
SHV platform and parking garage
Location Village Drive and Fort Couch Road
Bethel Park, PA
Coordinates 40°20′21″N 80°03′10″W / 40.3393°N 80.0527°W / 40.3393; -80.0527Coordinates: 40°20′21″N 80°03′10″W / 40.3393°N 80.0527°W / 40.3393; -80.0527
Owned by Port Authority
Line(s)
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Construction
Parking 2200 spaces
Disabled access Yes
History
Opened April 15, 1984
Services
Preceding station   Pittsburgh Light Rail (logo).svg Pittsburgh Light Rail   Following station
toward Allegheny
Blue Line
South Hills Village via Overbrook
Terminus
Red Line
South Hills Village via Beechview

South Hills Village is a station on the Port Authority of Allegheny County's light rail network.[1] It is the southern terminus of both the Red and Blue lines. Port Authority's switching yard and shops are located just west of the station. The station is located in Bethel Park, PA and is adjacent to the South Hills Village shopping complex. A large 7 floor, 2200 space parking garage was completed in 2004 at a cost of $21.6 million ($28.0 million today) and is located on site for commuters traveling from Pittsburgh's South Hills suburbs.[2] The station itself is located at the center-back (south side) of the first floor of the garage. In addition to serving as a commuter stop, the site also handles much reverse flow traffic of shoppers from the city and more northerly suburbs.

Bus connections[edit]

  • 36 Banksville

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